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El-Attar, A. B. E. -din S., and W. R. A. Sakr, "Extending vase life of carnation flowers by postharvest nano silver, humic acid and Aloe Vera gel treatments", ornamental horticulture, vol. 28, issue 1, 2022. ornamental.pdf
Awad, A. H. R., A. Parmar, M. R. Ali, M. M. El-Mogy, and K. F. Abdelgawad, "Extending the Shelf-Life of Fresh-Cut Green Bean Pods by Ethanol, Ascorbic Acid, and Essential Oils", Foods, vol. 10, issue 1103, pp. 1-15, 2021. Website
Awad, A. H. R., A. Parmar, M. R. Ali, M. M. El-Mogy, and K. F. Abdelgawad, "Extending the Shelf-Life of Fresh-Cut Green Bean Pods by Ethanol, Ascorbic Acid, and Essential Oils", Foods, vol. 10, issue 5, pp. 1103, 2021. AbstractWebsite

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Awad, A. H. R., A. Parmar, M. R. Ali, M. M. El-Mogy, and K. F. Abdelgawad, "Extending the Shelf-Life of Fresh-Cut Green Bean Pods by Ethanol, Ascorbic Acid, and Essential Oils", foods, vol. 10, issue 1, pp. 101, 2021.
Helmy, S. A., "Extending the shelf life of minced beef meat by some essential oils under refrigeration and freezing storage. ", International J. Academic Res., Part A, vol. 4, issue 6, pp. 14-24, 2012.
Hassan, El-Assar, M.A., Ali, and M. H. Genena, "Extending the shelf life of low salt white soft cheese by modified atmosphere packaging and Ultraviolet Usage", Mansoura Journal of Agricultural Science , vol. 32, issue 2, pp. 2035-2041, 2007.
Taha, S. H., M. Abdel-Hamid, A. A. Awad, and F. M. F. Elshaghabee, "Extending the Shelf Life of Ghee Using Garden Cress and Jojoba Oils as Alternatives of Synthetic Antioxidants", Egyptian Journal of Chemistry, vol. 65, no. 3, pp. 315-322, 2022. AbstractWebsite
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Taha, S. H., M. Abdel-Hamid, A. A. Awad, and F. M. F. Elshaghabee, "Extending the Shelf Life of Ghee Using Garden Cress and Jojoba Oils as Alternatives of Synthetic Antioxidants", Egyptian Journal of Chemistry, vol. 65, pp. 315, 2022.
Taha, S., M. Abdel-Hamid, A. Awad, and F. Elshaghabee, "Extending the Shelf Life of Ghee Using Garden Cress and Jojoba Oils as Alternatives of Synthetic Antioxidants", Egyptian Journal of Chemistry, vol. 65, issue 3, pp. 315-322, 2022.
Cox, B., and S. Ghoneim, "Extending the Role of EDI: The HMSO Case Study", 4th European Conference of Information Systems, July 1996, Portugal, 1996.
Morsy, N. F. S., "Extending shelf life of sunflower oil by aromatization with garlic and onion", Journal of Agroalimentary Processes and Technologies, vol. 21, issue 4, pp. 358–364 , 2015.
Shehata, S. A., S. Z. Abdelrahman, M. M. A. Megahed, E. A. Abdeldaym, M. M. El-Mogy, and K. F. Abdelgawad, "Extending Shelf Life and Maintaining Quality of Tomato Fruit by Calcium Chloride, Hydrogen Peroxide, Chitosan, and Ozonated Water", horticulturaeا, vol. 7, issue 9, pp. 309, 2021.
Shaalan, K., "Extending Prolog for Better Natural Language Analysis", 1st Conference on Language Engineering, Cairo, Egypt, Ain Shams University, pp. 225–236, March, 1998. Abstractextend_prolog_conf.pdf

Prolog supports natural language parsing with a clean semantics and additional constructs such as definite clause grammars (DCGs). While it provides excellent computational support, we claim it does not provide good notation that increases the readability and maintainability of natural language analysis programming. In this paper we explore an alternative solution: a general notational extension to Prolog programs that provides for concise expression of definitions. This notational extension results in a powerful and convenient logic programming language that fits into natural language analysis programming. Programs translate to Prolog in a way similar to DCGs. That is to say, they have a specific syntax and can be loaded and expanded to Prolog code. This expansion is transparent to the user. To demonstrate the language capabilities, we present an example for an Arabic morphological analyzer.

Hasanein, R., and S. ElShal, "Extending labor epidural analgesia using lidocaine plus either dexmedetomidine or epinephrine for emergency cesarean section", Egyptian Journal of Anaesthesia, vol. 32, pp. 351-356, 2016. paper_5.pdf
Hossny, E., S. Kattab, F. Omara, and H. Hassan, "Extending Generic PaaS Deployment API: Repackaging and Deploying Applications on Hetergeneous PaaS Platforms", International Journal of Big Data Intelligence, vol. 3, issue 4, pp. 257-269, 2016.
Saleh, M., and Davidsen, "Extending eigenvalue analysis to nonlinear models via incorporating higher order terms of Taylor series expansion", The 2007 International Conference of the System Dynamics Society, 2007. Abstract
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Mohammed, A., and U. Furbach, "Extending CTL to Specify Quantitative Temporal Requirements", Proceedings of the 8th International Workshop on Modelling, Simulation, Verification and Validation of Enterprise Information Systems, MSVVEIS 2010, Madiera, Portugal, SciTePress, 2010.
Afifi, N., A. Awad, and H. M. Abdelsalam, "Extending BPSim Based on Workflow Resource Patterns", Business Information Systems - 21st International Conference, {BIS} 2018, Berlin, Germany, July 18-20, 2018, Proceedings, vol. 320: Springer, pp. 206–222, 2018. Abstract
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Elshafiee, E. A., M. Kadry, S. M. Nader, and Z. S. Ahmed, "Extended-spectrum-beta-lactamases and carbapenemase-producing Klebsiella pneumoniae isolated from fresh produce farms in different governorates of Egypt", Veterinary World, vol. 15, issue 4, pp. 1191-1196, 2022. 1.pdf
A.Sabry, M., Khaled A. Abdel-Moein, Fatma Abdel-Kader, and E. Hamza, "Extended-spectrum β-lactamase-producing Salmonella serovars among healthy and diseased chickens and their public health implication", Journal of Global Antimicrobial Resistance, vol. 22, pp. 742-748, 2020.
A.Sabry, M., Khaled A. Abdel-Moein, Fatma Abdel-Kader, and E. Hamza, "Extended-spectrum β-lactamase-producing Salmonella serovars among healthy and diseased chickens and their public health implication", Journal of Global Antimicrobial Resistance, vol. 22, pp. 742-748, 2020.
Elhariri, M., D. Hamza, R. Elhelw, and S. M. Dorgham, "Extended-spectrum beta-lactamase-producing Pseudomonas aeruginosa in camel in Egypt: potential human hazard.", Annals of clinical microbiology and antimicrobials, vol. 16, issue 1, pp. 21, 2017 Mar 31. Abstract2.pdf

BACKGROUND: The rapid increase of extended-spectrum beta-lactamase (ESBL) producing bacteria are a potential health hazard. Development of antimicrobial resistance in animal pathogens has serious implications for human health, especially when such strains could be transmitted to human. In this study, the antimicrobial resistance due to ESBL producing Pseudomonas aeruginosa in the camel meat was investigated.

METHODS: In this study meat samples from 200 healthy camels at two major abattoirs in Egypt (Cairo and Giza) were collected. Following culture on cetrimide agar, suspected P. aeruginosa colonies were confirmed with a Vitek 2 system (bioMe´rieux). P. aeruginosa isolates were phenotypically identified as ESBL by double disk synergy test. Additionally antimicrobial susceptibility testing of ESBL producing P. aeruginosa isolates were done against 11 antimicrobial drugs and carried out by disk diffusion method. The ESBL genotypes were determined by polymerase chain reaction according to the presence of the bla, bla, bla, and bla.

RESULTS: Pseudomonas aeruginosa was isolated from 45 camel meat sample (22.5%). The total percentage of ESBL producing P. aeruginosa was 45% (21/45) from camel meat isolates. Antibiogram results revealed the highest resistance was for c, ceftriaxone and rifampicin followed by cefepime and aztreonam. The prevalence rates of β-lactamase genes were recorded (bla28.5%, bla38%, bla33.3% and bla23.8%).

CONCLUSIONS: This study illustrates the presence of high rates of ESBL-P. aeruginosa in camels that represents an increasing alarming for the risk of transmission to human and opens the door for current and future antibiotics therapy failure. Livestock associated ESBL-P. aeruginosa is a growing disaster, therefore, attention has to be fully given to livestock associated ESBL-bacteria which try to find its way to human beings.

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